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Vegetarian Suet Suma 250g

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Vegetarian Suet Suma 250g £1.70

Flavours:Balanced

Cuisine:British


Contents:Vegan


Vegetarian Suet Suma 250g

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Suma's Vegetable suet made with non hydrogenated palm oil and sunflower seed oil. Make your own delicious ginger puddings and steam puddings, also a key ingredient in home made mincemeat.


Suitable for vegetarians and vegans. This vegetarian suet from Suma is also naturally gluten-free. 


Can be used for making dumplings, pastries, pudding and pies and of course Christmas pudding.


Made in the UK.


Ingredients: non-hydrogenated palm oil (90%), sunflower seed oil, rice flour.


Cooking instructions:


Perfect for use in homemade steamed or baked savoury and sweet puddings such as spotted dick and jam roly-poly. Use a proportion of half suet to flour for pastry, dumplings and puddings and for best results always use at room temperature.


Suma is a workers' cooperative based locally to us in Elland, near Halifax, and is passionate about offering ethically produced food you can trust.

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